9 Time Saving Tips When Building Courses
SEPTEMBER 23, 2014
Create a template and structure for navigation that you can quickly add to your course. Create an instruction screen with all of those details. Create a few variations of the section title screens so you have them on hand when you need them. October : Las Vegas (Devlearn).
3 Ways to Avoid Common Roadblocks When Building E-Learning Courses
SEPTEMBER 27, 2011
Here are two simple things you can do: Create a generic folder structure for your courses. Some of the sub folders I have are: Quizmaker, Engage, Flags, audio, images, notes, fonts, templates, etc. Common elements are version numbers and date created.
Are You Getting the Most Value Out of Your Rapid E-Learning Tools?
OCTOBER 25, 2011
Essentially the tools create multimedia content regardless of how they’re designed. For example, with an application like Quizmaker you’re inclined to focus on the quizzing because that’s what it’s designed to do. So when you want to build a quiz, you use Quizmaker.
eLearning Cyclops: Deconstructing My #DemoFest Course ? Part 3.
JANUARY 22, 2012
Deconstructing My #DemoFest Course – Part 3 (Development) #DevLearn. This provided greater ease of animating the characters, creating the navigation, which is non-linear and not as simple as adding next and back buttons of which it has none. However, the Flash movie sits within Articulate Presenter and navigates to an assessment made in Articulate Quizmaker which also sits within the same Presenter project (more on this later). Heading to #DevLearn.
3 Ways to Build Remarkable E-Learning
NOVEMBER 16, 2010
There’s a place to create black squirrel courses—those that stand out and make people take notice. Instead of using the quiz form, he leveraged Quizmaker’s slide view to create a very compelling look that only enhances what you’re trying to teach.
Why Articulate Storyline Has Already Become My Go-To Authoring Tool
FEBRUARY 6, 2012
It has a software simulation tool like Captivate, so you’ll be able to create your software training in the tool. Using it, you can create conditional statements like, “If the learner is a manager, show this follow-up scenario now.”